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The HP Pavilion Plus is a 14 inch laptop that debuted in 2022 as an affordable notebook with premium features including a metal body, thin and light design, and optional support for an OLED display or discrete graphics, among other features.

HP has expanded the line since then, offering models with Intel or AMD processor options. And now the company has launched updated models with Intel Core Ultra “Meteor Lake” or AMD Ryzen 8040 “Hawk Point” processor options. And the entry-level Meteor Lake model is already on sale for $270 off the list price, which means you can pick one up for as little as $680.

HP Pavilion Plus 14″ laptop w/Core Ultra 5 125H/16GB/512GB for $680 – HP

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  1. I’m occasionally amazed by the embiggification of tech, that makes what used to be big things look small today. Cellphones, TVs, laptops, computer monitors. Not a new insight of course. For some reason it just hit me again seeing the 14″ laptop here. 🙂